Fr. Pedro Tramontin, MI
Fr. Pedro Celso Tramontin, M.I., (Minister of the Infirm) is the Provincial Delegate for the U.S.A. Camillian Delegation. He is the leader of all Camillian activities in the United States and President of St. Camillus Health System, Inc.
A native of Brazil, Fr. Tramontin has been working and living in the USA since September 11, 2009. He studied English at Sacred Heart School of Theology. His Clinical Pastoral Education accreditation was achieved with study at Lakeland Aurora Medical Center in Elkhorn, Wisconsin, the St. Camillus Campus in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, at Meriter Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin and VITAS Innovative Care in Chicago, Illinois.
Fr. Tramontin was ordained to the priesthood on Sept. 28, 1996 in his hometown of Salto Veloso, (SC) Brazil.
He has Bachelor degrees in philosophy and history from San Paul in Brazil. He also has a Bachelor's in Theology from Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome, Italy where he also received a Master’s Degree in Spirituality.
Fr. Tramontin has worked in the formation field for the Order of St Camillus as a novice master in Brazil for 10 years and also worked as a vocational recruiter, chaplain, parish assistant and spiritual director.
At St. Camillus Campus he was a volunteer chaplain for the Hospice program and participated in other activities throughout the campus.